Country Night with Big Ron Tee and Blacksteel. There will be hot and cold food on
sale. Bring your own drinks.
YPL has been part of life in Littleport since 2008, when it started the main aim
of helping the young people of Littleport advance in life and develop skills enabling
them to participate in society by providing recreational and leisure time activities
in the interest of social welfare.
Since then the Charity has evolved and now provides a huge range of services/amenities
for local residents of all ages. At first YPL only had the Centre in Granby Street
but, is now spread over five sites (see below), each with its own range of activities
and services. (click on either the pictures or logos below to find out more).
As you browse our website, we hope to show you what YPL has to offer. Hopefully
there will be something for everyone. If you would like to become involved, or have
some ideas then, YPL may be able to help, please do not hesitate to contact Phil
on 07947 823 446 or email@example.com
If you click on any of the pictures or logos on this page you will automatically
be sent to another web page showing what is on offer at their locations.
YPL Furniture Warehouse
Saxon Business Park
Cambs CB6 1XX
Tel: 01353 864 777
We are now holding weekly Auctions
Every Wednesday Evening at 6pm
Viewing is from 12pm on the day of the auction
Recycling Collection, Jewellery, Foreign and UK Notes and Coins Mobile Phones
Recycle and turn your unwanted items into a donation for us!
We have come up with a simple way for you to help boost our funds and benefit your
environment. We are running a Recycling Collection.
Please donate your unwanted:
Any jewellery, gold, silver, costume jewellery and watches, even damaged items.
So all those odd earrings and snapped chains are a great start!
OLD AND FOREIGN BANKNOTES AND COINS
Any currency UK or foreign and of any age!
Any make, model, age or condition!
If you can, please ask friends, family and colleagues to participate
Why should I recycle? Recycling reduces the demand for raw materials. This means
less mining or quarrying. Many parts of the world have been blighted by mining and
quarrying, which destroy the natural environment and wildlife habitats and can cause
environmental and health problems for local people. Recycling is one way in which
our community can lessen their usage or resources and help protect the environment.
Pop into the centre and pick up an envelope
Put your things into the envelope and drop into the box situated at the Centre